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Ext JS + jQTouch + Raphaël = Sencha

June 14, 2010 | Abraham Elias

Ext JS is now Sencha.Exciting things are happening! Today, we’re combining forces with the jQTouch and Raphaël projects, changing our company name to Sencha, and moving our web address from www.extjs.com to www.sencha.com.

jQTouch and Raphaël are the leading open source projects in their areas, and we're incredibly excited to have their creators, David Kaneda and Dmitry Baranovskiy, joining with the Ext JS team to form Sencha. We believe these collaborations will lead to some spectacular new things in the weeks and months ahead. Stay tuned for this. You won't have to wait too long, I promise! We believe that rich graphics and touch support will become essential Ajax framework components over the next few years. If you've been following our recent blog posts on HTML5, you'll know that not only do HTML5 and CSS3 bring significant capabilities to rich internet applications, but that this is already arriving on mobile devices (in fact, it's already here). Sencha is the new name of our company, as well as a variety of Japanese green tea.

Why Sencha?

We're choosing Sencha as our name because it evokes next-generation software development and it's easy to remember, spell and pronounce. Sencha -- the name of a popular Japanese green tea -- is in the tradition of Java, and represents a new level of development. It feels memorable to us. We hope you like it too. The roadmaps for Ext JS, Ext GWT, Designer, Direct etc. don’t change as a result of this. We’re very excited about the new things in Ext JS 4.0 and the rest of the product line. Some of the individual product names might evolve in the future (for example, we’re thinking of renaming Ext Designer to Sencha Designer), but don’t expect any major or immediate changes here. One of the benefits of the name change is also that it separates a product name - Ext JS - from the company name, Sencha.

Raphaël and jQTouch will remain MIT licensed.

We’re setting up a foundation called Sencha Labs that will hold the copyright and trademarks for all the non-commercial projects affiliated with Sencha. Our license of choice for these projects is, and will continue to be, the MIT license. We will fund maintainers for our non-commercial projects with contributions from Sencha and the communities of these projects. We’re pleased to announce that Jonathan Stark, a well known mobile developer and the author of two O’Reilly books on Android and iPhone application development, will become the official maintainer for jQTouch going forward. (Welcome aboard, Jonathan!)

There are 151 responses. Add yours.

Chris the Developer

5 years ago

Wow! Can’t wait to see what happens next…

jgarcia

5 years ago

I can tell you that the name does not roll off the tongue.  Also, there are many questions left for developers to ask.  What is to remain of the Ext JS and Gxt frameworks?

The one benefit I see in moving to such a name is the loss of the confusion of “Ext” pronounciation, (Eck-ts, Eck-ts jay-ess, E-x-t, E-x-t J-S). 

Exciting news none the less.

V1

5 years ago

Congratulations on the acquisition (?) of Raphael and jQTouch (senchaTouch / sTouch? wink ).
Can’t wait to see what the future brings for sencha

Jeff

5 years ago

Wow! This is a nice surprise! Was going to start a new project using ExtJS, will be using this new one instead! ^_^

Colin Ramsay

5 years ago

They specifically say in this post that the Ext JS product will not be affected by this. The confusion is that the company that “owned” Ext JS was *also* called Ext JS, so it’s only that which is changing, while Raphael and jQTouch are brought under this new banner.

My question is that I don’t understand how jQTouch can be integrated into future developments - it’s clearly based on jQuery and not Ext JS Core.

Jamie Avins

5 years ago

You won’t have to wait long for that answer Colin.

Colin Ramsay

5 years ago

haha, tantalising! Thanks Jamie.

Vince

5 years ago

Wow, amazing, mobile development, dynamic charts or graphics will kick ass.
And if their is a framework compatibility between iphone, android and classic browser ! Oh my !!
Just the perfect direction, bravo !

Bi

5 years ago

“É isso aí! It’s okay!” by Brazilian

Muck

5 years ago

Does it mean that you will finally develop SVG-based charts on top of Raphael? Would be awesome since flash charts have accessibility, integration and printability issues.

vonmecheln

5 years ago

muito interesante. Ainda mais usando o Raphaël que podera gerar graficos melhores

Markus

5 years ago

What does ExtJS have to do with jQTouch? Is there a link i’m currently unable to see? What will be the win-win for both?

Sakuraba

5 years ago

The advantage for the Raphael/jqtouch guys is being on the ExtJS-company-payroll instead of relying on donations, I guess.

bee

5 years ago

So, when can we expect a new charting system based on canvas and native js, instead of flash based? Sencha v.1.0 (ExtJS v.4.0)? wink

Daniel

5 years ago

Absolutely brilliant, though I imagine ExtJS connection options, and Raphaël. Great work.

Majid Mir

5 years ago

Excellent step…

Wemerson

5 years ago

Can’t wait to see. Congratulations. I always like changes for the better.  Thanks

Pedro Fuentes

5 years ago

Congratulations ! 3 powerfull projects united, The Best for Sencha.

V1

5 years ago

@Muck You can already do that.. http://g.raphaeljs.com/

Wilfredor

5 years ago

I hope that we can now become independent of Flash. SVG standard has proven very powerful. Soon we will see applications made with sencha in iphone. It would be interesting to see something similar in android. However, it is too early to tell. I just hope to continue using a free license.

sanjaybh

5 years ago

Brilliant! but not sure where this move will take us.

Mohammed Imran Khan

5 years ago

Congratulations!!
Hope for big leap in JavaScript

Brad

5 years ago

I better not have to type out Sencha in code. Ext is easier and on one side of my keyboard grin

Ridho Pahwana Erwandhani

5 years ago

Congratulations
Luv U Extjs
Welcome Sencha

Imran

5 years ago

Welcome on Board, Sanchians !

Imran

5 years ago

How about the Base class Ext??
And how about Sancha-All.css, Sancha-Base.css ??
I think Ext will be killed !

Jean-Etienne LaVallee

5 years ago

Good news!  I’ve been enjoying the HTML5 articles and wondering what the next steps for ExtJS would be as the info-age is shifting towards more mobile modes of data access and communication.

I personally like the Sencha name… often I find in conversations about ExtJS with those not familiar with the framework that it is associated with core/foundation libraries like jQuery, Prototype.js, Mootools, etc. rather than more robust RIA component frameworks like YUI, SproutCore, Dojo, or SmartClient.  A brand shift might actually improve that.

Exciting!

Johan van de Merwe

5 years ago

Surprising, might sound promising, but last night it was still Extjs, now Sencha, very confusing. I am not so fond of things changing overnight. I liked Extjs. I am not excited yet, maybe later. What happened to Jack Slocum? And I hope that your books are not printed yet, Jesus Garcia. I think you have change a thing or two.

Mark Learst

5 years ago

Very interesting announcement, all great products!!!

mdmadph

5 years ago

My favorite web development framework combined with an excellent mobile web interface development kit and a non-Flash graphics rendering engine—somebody’s got big plans in store…

Daniel

5 years ago

“We’re choosing Sencha as our name because it evokes next-generation software development and it’s easy to remember, spell and pronounce”

Huh? Sencha?

John Wright

5 years ago

Great idea, congrats!!  You have a talented group of people there now.  Don’t let anybody knock your name, it’s what you put into it that counts.  We need open standards based amazing, clean, uncluttered, device and user focused design delivered in a framework and I hope this take root at Sencha.

Congrats again!

John

Darren Govoni

5 years ago

Finally, we can pronounce the name of this great technology! Years I’ve been waiting for this day….great name too, btw.

gevik

5 years ago

Generally moving forward and combining powers, is a positive development but I have to agree with “jgarcia”. I wonder if this has any impact on the ExtJS’s source code too. For example If the word “Ext.Panel” is going to be replaced with “Sencha.Panel” which will break all code that is deployed at countless customer applications.

Joeri Sebrechts

5 years ago

Senchational!

*ducks for the rotten tomatoes thrown at him*

mozexty

5 years ago

Great ! I didn’t know about jQTouch and Raphaël projects, but I’m sure that amaizing things are coming next.
Congratulations

Gerald

5 years ago

This is a promising collaboration/merger and I do look forward to seeing what’s on the roadmap/progress for the affected projects…

But before all that, Congrats on the new name and company! Cheers!

Eric24

5 years ago

Well, I’m not in love with the name (I suppose it will grow on me), but I’m very excited about the prospects of touch-based “Ext” apps.

Regarding Raphael, it’s wonderful, but without IE support, we (and I suppose most non-mobile app developers) will have to stay with Flash-based variants for the kind of stuff that Raphael brings.

Douwet

5 years ago

In the past Ext changed licenses of code. This completely destroyed my trust in Extjs. 

Can Sencha be trusted not to do the same in the future? IOW: will jQTouch, Raphaël, Connect remain MIT licensed?

Stoober

5 years ago

@Eric24 Raphael does support IE, using VML as an alternative to SVG.

Tim

5 years ago

Did you read the full post??

In bold text above ‘Raphaël and jQTouch will remain MIT licensed.’

Also to those who are worried about having to type Sencha instead of Ext, the company name is changing - it doesn’t say the product name is changing.  Even if it was and you really couldn’t type the 3 extra chars, you could add Ext = Sencha to the codebase and leave your code unchanged.

Michael Mullany

5 years ago

There will be no change in the code from Ext to Sencha. You’ll still be typing Ext.

Gavin Todes

5 years ago

This is exciting stuff, looking forward to seeing what comes of it!

Michael Mullany

5 years ago

Douwet. It’s really clear above that the licenses won’t change. We’re even setting up a separate foundation to make this even clearer.

Michael Mullany

5 years ago

Imran. Ext will not be killed. The Base class remains Ext.

Michael Mullany

5 years ago

Colin, stay tuned for more detail on this, you won’t have to wait too long for details (as Abe says in the post)

Edwin Platteel

5 years ago

Awesome, congrats!

frank

5 years ago

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???????Sencha Labs??????????Dojo?????????????????????????????????Sencha????????? Raphaël ??jQTouch?????????????????MIT????????????????????????????????Sencha???????Sencha???????????????????????????????Android?iPhone??????Jonathan Stark???O’Reilly??????http://jonathanstark.com/books???????jQTouch???????????????Jonathan???jQTouch?????

Ricky Montero

5 years ago

I hope Raphael and JQTouch will stay as MIT license and won’t roll into GPL.

Emerald Coast Technology Solutions

5 years ago

Very exciting, cant wait!

milad

5 years ago

that’s should be amazing.i can’t wait any more.how can i join on your team for developing ?

Ashish Kumar

5 years ago

Could some one share info on Jack Slocum?

Javier Rincon

5 years ago

Congratulations,

Now you are going to a new better direction, and the Extension Jack Slocum will continue to grow with the new name.

I can say now we are Sencha’s experts raspberry Sounds better than ExtJS experts.

Simply Amazing, Thanks

Javier

SwamBala

5 years ago

Good News for everyone who uses ExtJS.
Rich Graphics and Touch based application is future. Predicting the future is a important one for the Product Development.

I am happy that I chose ExtJS against Flex, Silverlight, jQuery.

JohnBrown

5 years ago

Fix your damn website.  http://www.extjs.com isn’t properly forwarding because of some domain mangling.

Ivar

5 years ago

I’m so very excited to have a robust vector graphics library for GWT, especially since I can assume it will play nicely with jqTouch.. I’ve been poking around with tools in these areas already, and it’s reassuring to see some leading tools pulled together.

vector graphics + mobile/touch support + gwt = win!

David Kaneda

5 years ago

JohnBrown — It’s working for us, perhaps you need to flush your DNS cache-

And just to reiterate… I’m the creator of jQTouch and I can say definitively, without hesitation, that we super-duper-pinky-swear, on everything awesome, that jQTouch will remain open source and MIT smile

Tarabass

5 years ago

Congrats with combining this 3 powerful tools. Consider the name I do hope this will not infect the javascript part of the Ext-core. As a dotnet-developer we are using dhtmlx atm but are considering a migration to extjs (oke, oke, sencha). Hopefully we can be partners in the future. Looking forward to see what happens next, the graphics and mobile possibility’s are looking very useful grin

John-David Dalton

5 years ago

This is so awesome I just geeked.
Congratulations Dmitry!

violinista

5 years ago

Awesome! Good job, keep going!

Violinista

rupert

5 years ago

Im imagining that Sencha UI will use Raphaël techniques to render images to its components etc.. no images so it might render fast and smooth.. waiting for the next leap.. no price increase please smile

Daniel Miguel

5 years ago

Awesome news, for the webdevelopers community.

Greetings from Brazil.

Dumas

5 years ago

Can you please say something about future plans for Ext and Raphaël. I’m planning a project with both, which will start in two weeks. So can your ship your new product till then tongue laugh

Just kidding. But it would be cool to know if there is any merging of these two libries or synergetic stuff is planed, so I can consider it when programming my app wink

All the best, Senecha!

Greetings from Austria.
Roland

Jamie Avins

5 years ago

Dumas, it’s going to take some time to refactor Dmitry’s code and have it fully integrated into the framework.  The good news is that he’s well underway and hopefully we’ll have a solid foundation to work with for both Raphaël and Ext in the near future.

Rowan

5 years ago

Will the new Rapheal link work with ExtCore? We have migrated our two main sites to ExtCore and want to link in with Raphael as we need some chart work doing.
Will the Ext4 upgrade be less painful than the 3 one was?

Yasin

5 years ago

What will happen with the methods eg. Ext.get will it be Sencha.get ??? Do we have to rewrite all our codes?

As i didn’t clearly see the advantages of Raphael, i like the Charts of ExtJs, but jQTouch is great.

how will these be integrated in Sencha?

Best wishes
Yasin

Jamie Avins

5 years ago

Yasin, not to worry.  We don’t plan on changing the API at all to include Sencha instead of Ext.

We plan on discussing upcoming products in the very near future, stay tuned.

Jose

5 years ago

“Who sencha?”

Exiting news on the technology side but “sencha”?... sounds like ‘gatcha… hm… was that the best you guys can do?

Anyway, I supposed that it will grow on us…

Apep Susnendar

5 years ago

Congratulation And Welcome Sencha…....

Jet

5 years ago

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Donald Organ

5 years ago

I am not sure why everyone is freaking…Ext will stay Ext, the company name has changed…and now the have brought on two projects that were relying on donations to payrole so that they can develop these projects full time and integrate them into Ext.  It’s called corporate investment it’s a good thing.

James Westgate

5 years ago

If you swapped out your core for jQuery you would probably own the internet…

Shashank

5 years ago

.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).. he’ll have to make quite a bit of change in his new books.. best of luck sencha, rock on garcia.. BIG fan of you both smile

Bayu Setya

5 years ago

Sencha Sencha Sencha Sencha Sencha Sencha Sencha Sencha Sencha Sencha Sencha Sencha Sencha….
:D
nice

Yogesh Sharma

5 years ago

Good to know, ExtJs is rocking sorry Sencha will rock…

alexbrina

5 years ago

Congrats from Brazil, keep us informed, communication is the golden way to community’s trust and confidence!!!

btw, on Company link above, David’s position description still references Ext as company’s name.

youngExt

5 years ago

nice news…. XD
join forces ! sound like transformer :D
may force be with u

Franklyin Suresh

5 years ago

Its Good news for all ExtJS workers.But how i integerate to work with Ext JS + jQTouch + Raphaël = Sencha.

Rahul

5 years ago

Expected Some thing new

Huseyin Baris Ozel

5 years ago

Sencha is decocted ExtJS. wink Congratulations. grin

Davide Cecconi

5 years ago

I already love Sencha wink

Karl Fogel

5 years ago

A foundation to hold unified copyrights and trademarks for the open-licensed code (i.e., MIT-style licensing) is a great idea.  But what is the relationship to those projects also being “non-commercial”?  Plenty of commercial projects are also open source, after all.

That is, commercial vs non-commercial is different from proprietary vs free.  Not sure what the intended meaning of “non-commercial” was in this context…

Thanks,
-Karl

Philipp Bosch

5 years ago

Please put jQTouch on GitHub, bitbucket – you name it. Make it easier for others to contribute and fix bugs. That would really, really help the project more than anything helps.

Thomas

5 years ago

Seriously, what did happen to Jack Slocum? That guy was a damn genius, and it seems like he’s been erased from the Ext/Sencha history, and seems to have no presence online. Did you guys have him rubbed out?

Aaron

5 years ago

Congrats. Seems like a smart move.

Royce

5 years ago

Looks like this is all you will get on the whereabout of Jack:

http://www.sencha.com/forum/showthread.php?101713-About-Jack-Slocum

Sam Vervaeck

5 years ago

James Westgate has a point:
If you swapped out your core for jQuery you would probably own the internet…

Apart from that, what made you go for the Raphaël library above an other non-Flash renderer, like Processing.js? Has it to do with performance, features, ... or was it simply the only one available to merge with?

Anyway, this is all great news. The name is certainly an improvement and I’m looking forward to try out these new fantastic features (including the upcoming HTML5). The web is clearly going through a major change.

Greetings from Belgium

Jonathan

5 years ago

Excelentes noticias esperamos ansiosos la version 4.0 de ExtJS.
Muchas felicitaciones.

Un Abrazo desde SudAmerica-Perú

larowlan

5 years ago

Does this have anything to do with the sencha project (sencha-project.org) a php mvc framework or is it a coincidence?

nickevin

5 years ago

Frankly, the name is not a good one. sencha is better than extjs? Although I dont agree with you, I support you.

Michael Mullany

5 years ago

- That’s really the extent of what we know about what Jack’s up to these days. He’s on Facebook, if you’d like to get back in touch with him, .

- Yes, Jonathan is planning to putting jQTouch onto an accessible repository.

- Dmitry is an SVG God. That is all.

Michael Mullany

5 years ago

This has nothing to do with the sencha project at that URL. Before we decided to go with Sencha, we talked to the folks at the sencha project and they very graciously agreed to change the name of their project since we had already acquired the sencha.com domain (from a tea shop in Melbourne Australia, of all things).

Bill

5 years ago

Looks GREAT guys!!!  Congrats on the transformation…..

leapit

5 years ago

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knowless

5 years ago

It seems good , next spring is coming!

Hendry Syamsudin

5 years ago

Congratulations.

Brilliant! Its Good news for all ExtJS community. Good job, keep going smile

Greetings from Indonesia.
Hendry Syamsudin

farman

5 years ago

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ryan0902

5 years ago

This is excellent news! I am looking forward to seeing more news.

Gilberto Ramos

5 years ago

well.. so what next with GeoExt? GeoNcha?! wink

Sravan

5 years ago

Congratulations,

Expected Some thing new…....

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5 years ago

Expected new thing more…

madcity

5 years ago

Well done!  I’ve been struggling with ext development vis a vis mobile.  And here you guys were on top of it all along.  This is great news!

Andrew Harry

5 years ago

Woow.. amazing.
Proudly using ExtDesigner, Sencha and another sencha’s product.
Congratulation.. keep always the best framework

Neeke

5 years ago

Japanese tea?

Maneesh Kumar

5 years ago

That’s amazing and nice news.

Thanks a lot for additional and new feature.

Looking forward for more details

Nurbek

5 years ago

have you mixser or for make(programm) interface extjs? If you have give me or show me way how dounload. Ok?

Rich

5 years ago

Damn… Im nervous about the future of jQTouch now. After going from jQuery to Ext for 2 years Im now back in the jQuery camp as I’m tired of the Ext bloat. If jQTouch all of a sudden uses Ext core then I fear it will also become a bloated lib overtime. Fingers crossed it doesnt get messed with too much…

Andrew

5 years ago

Your new visual style is outdated, sorry. Logo is nonsensical and job board is broken.
The jQTouch is awesome.

Alan García

5 years ago

Hello: I’m working with Extjs and Prototype, I have a little question, as you know prototype give you a xml objetct right, but how can i fill the extjs grid with this objetct, can you explain me please.

shmerl

5 years ago

I never liked ExtJS being licensed under GPL. A library really needs to be licensed under permissive copyleft for example LGPL or the like (ExtJS actually was once). So while Sencha effort is very nice, the inherited licensing problems of ExtJS will render it non attractive to developers. Look for example at Qt - Nokia gave it an LGPL option, and it’s an excellent library for generic usage.

Please, consider releasing Sencha under LGPL or other permissive copyleft license.

Richard Delgado

5 years ago

One of the most talented individuals I have ever met. Congrats Abe Elias. Your products so far are incredible. The future, I have no doubt, will be fascinating.

Toby Ho

5 years ago

This is awesome news! Framework looks amazing. Congrats to all!

andreacammarata

5 years ago

This framework is just what I was waiting for from sooo long! I already started using it to develope my iPad application and it looks really awesome!!! Congrats guys, this is for me a great day!!!

Alan García

5 years ago

Hello: I’m working with Extjs and Prototype, I have a little question, as you know prototype give you a xml objetct right, but how can i fill the extjs grid with this objetct, can you explain me please.

longware

5 years ago

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Jeong-won

5 years ago

It’s fantastic job~!

vinay kurudi

5 years ago

Wow…..! Its amazing….. i am bit surprised by seeing this…but i have one question that, jQTouch is completely using JQuery…. how EXT-JS will integrate with it??

veeresh

5 years ago

kewl future ahead

Johan van de Merwe

5 years ago

After a few days Sencha, I have a feeling that the focus is foremost on developing mobile applications. It almost feels like an Apple affiliate website. If I would be new here, I wouldn’t know that it contains one of the best Javascript frameworks available at the moment. I think that the way it has been marketed now is completely suffocating Extjs. I really don’t see why Extjs and Sencha couldn’t have existed next to each other. I am worried about the future for Extjs and I have a bit of a feeling that the “mobile” staff of Sencha is not too much into the conventional web of applications. Don’t let things slip away here please.

Michael Mullany

5 years ago

@ Johan. Thank you for the Ext JS shout-out. We’re giving Sencha Touch the home page for the next few weeks to showcase it. But we will have a more balanced home page after the introductory period is over, and you’ll see Sencha Ext JS (and Designer and Ext-GWT) get more exposure again.

Michael Mullany

5 years ago

@Alan - Grid support questions are best asked on the forums rather than the blog.

Smartree

5 years ago

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Ali Fuat Arslan

5 years ago

Exciting things are happening! I am looking forward to see Ext Js 4.0..

MrcRymnd

5 years ago

How exactly does the word “sencha” evoke “next-generation software development?”

Anita

5 years ago

What about Jack Slocum?

Ralf

5 years ago

So… You claim jQTouch will remain MIT, but here:
http://www.sencha.com/products/touch/license.php
It clearly lists GPLv3 as the license for Sencha Touch. Which is it? It is exactly this type of unprofessional wishy-washy documentation and administration that has kept many devs I know (and myself) from using any ExtJS product and now, sadly, jQTouch. ANYONE involved with the development of jQTouch should immediately split and start another independent project that has no affiliation with ExtJS.

Michael Mullany

5 years ago

@Ralf I really hope we’ve been super, super clear on this in the blog posts. jQTouch remains a separate project, licensed under MIT, under the auspices of Sencha Labs, with an ongoing maintainer, Jonathan Stark, funded by Sencha. The license for jQTouch doesn’t and won’t change. Dave Kaneda and Jonathan stark have been posting about this on blog.jqtouch.com permalink: http://blog.jqtouch.com/post/726299094/jqtouch-roadmap

I really hope we’ve been equally clear that although Dave Kaneda has also worked on Sencha Touch, it is a brand new product (as is hopefully obvious from the source code if nothing else) and will be dual licensed under a GPL + Commercial license.

Michael Mullany

5 years ago

@Anita http://www.sencha.com/forum/showthread.php?101713-About-Jack-Slocum is Jack’s status. As I said above, if you want to catch up with him, he’s on Facebook - extjack.

Randy

4 years ago

It should be interesting to learn these other technologies and put them to use in a future project. I wonder if the documentation for them is as great as the ExtJS docs.

zhao

4 years ago

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mr li

4 years ago

good news.
hope the ui frame go on move and more good.

Kundan

4 years ago

I am new to use Ext-JS and was surprised to see the strength of it. Now, Sencha Ext-JS is about to storm in.. waiting eagerly to see the change… !!!! Just out of curisity.. can we get a hint that what are specific domain the changes we are going to observe(directly dependent on new team of Ext-JS, jQTouch and Raphael)...

Jack

4 years ago

I thought I was on an Ext mailing list.  Surprised I did not see an announcement…

Anyways, very interested to see the possibilities that might open up with the new acquisitions.  Would be nice if one day my ExtJS-based website became easily viewable on mobile devices.  wink

Shaofing

4 years ago

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??

4 years ago

“hey guys, we need a new web 2.0 name for our stuff”
“oh, i know!!! quick, grab that japanese-english dictionary and open a random page…”
“sencha… that sounds web 2.0 so it’s good”
“yeah but what does it mean?”
“who cares?!?!?! we can make up a reason for picking it later!!! DESU DESU DESU”

spidergeuse

4 years ago

Almost almost got lost for 1 month - wow! I did extjs and it redirected me to sencha - and i was like where did ext go.

Well now i can keep following. Great anyway

guest

4 years ago

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Gise

4 years ago

Me parece bien el nuevo nombre. Ext Js también es bonito :D

john

4 years ago

When is the release of Ext-GWT 2.2?

derek

4 years ago

Looking foreward to it!

Atlanta Web Design Cool Blue

4 years ago

There is an explosion of interest by our clients and new prospects for standards based web development with rich interaction design and mobile support.  We look forward to seeing your what your new collaboration brings !

Congrats !

Michael Mullany

4 years ago

@qq. I wish it had been that easy! If you come to Sencha Con, I’ll personally give you a run-down of the naming process, if you can spare a few hours grin

chinasunday

4 years ago

?????????????????frank ????????????

raysely

4 years ago

good.????

Eric lontong

4 years ago

FANTASTIC!!
couldn’t wait to get my hands dirty on this.
welcome sencha

Jorge Yussel

4 years ago

Me desagrada el nombre “sencha”??? , me agradaba mas extjs jejeje auque vi lo nuevo y esta increible saludos desde Mexico

grubac

4 years ago

Interesing is that simmilar thing was with zapatec js libraries. One night zapatec, other day Funambol.
I hope that we could count on ext JS framework for a long time.

Kimosabi

4 years ago

At least now I don’t have to entertain the arguments with colleagues about the pronunciation of ExtJs.

That aside, I’m looking forward to the Sencha Touch side of things.

sivakish

3 years ago

Nice tutorial…Can i know any website developed using sencha touch sothat i can know look and feel…thanks in advance.

sveta51

3 years ago

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iphone 5

3 years ago

If you’ve been counting, you’ll realise that’s the 7th big feature so that’s it. Developers can apparently get it now. Though I’m sure that if you’re a developer, you’ll already know about it so won’t be reading this.

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